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  • Dec 29, 2017

More use of renewables, grid modernization, and smart cities will gain traction in the new year, according to the Consumer Energy Alliance. The organization expects solar and wind to gain adopters as utilities put sustainability first and bridge the gap between new technology and natural resources. The organization expects that new energy infrastructure will be more resilient, efficient and environmentally friendly than previous products. Cities will leverage advanced technologies to connect communications networks and integrate renewables into a modernized electric grids. What do you expect in 2018? 

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Rosemary Jones on Dec 30, 2017

There is no time to prevaricate any more. All tubular wind turbines should support solar PVC, and tubular pylons be supports for solar and wind renewable technology.
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